Arizona House Bill 2785, which would allow concessions at Arizona university stadiums to serve beer and wine during sporting events, has come to a halt.
House Bill 2675, which sought to require most university students to pay $2,000 of their tuition out-of-pocket, was withdrawn Wednesday.
Arizona Rep. Bob Robson, R-Chandler, suggested removing the term “medical marijuana” from legal terminology during a House of Representatives floor discussion.
Former Gov. Mitt Romney spoke at the Mesa Amphitheater Monday about President Obama, other Republican candidates and his plans for presidency in preparation for the Feb. 28 Arizona primary.
Senate Judiciary Committee passed the controversial Senate Bill 1474 on Monday, which would allow concealed guns on campus.
Proposition 439 aims to consolidate general and primary elections when only two candidates run for a position as councilmember or mayor.
Former state Sen. Russell Pearce was elected first vice chairman of the Arizona Republican Party, the second highest party position, on Jan. 28 in Phoenix.
A new Arizona House Bill proposed Wednesday would require all students at public Arizona universities to contribute $2,000 of their annual tuition out of pocket — without the assistance or “source of public or private funding.”
President Barack Obama talked about manufacturing and reorganizing the tax system at a speech at Intel’s Ocotillo campus in Chandler.
In a conference call with University media outlets Wednesday, Obama for America’s Greater Together Initiative discussed aspects of Obama’s 2012 campaign and how students can get involved.